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THE SUNDAY ADVERTISER. DECEMBER IS. 1910. f APPLE CHOICE OREGON APPLES Fre.n ';:'.: Delivered Direct to You for Their Aetna! Cost "TV:. r . . , . -'ir:aafi52..i.ti r-r r p HA X IN til P3I E8 os. jrCk Ik MB fll Union-Pacific Transfer Co. Opposite Lewers & Cooke LOCOMOBILE 'The r.c-t I'.nUt Car in America" jCSOMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD. - 3i;;:4Vr ;rv!;,'(!,iiti;ilV''',j; IhWV'- Renear Co., Ltd. ALGARQBA BEAN MILLS MACHINE SHOP HAS" NEW AND COMPLETE EQUIPMENT. u our work is the best and ja; charges reasonable. HELIOPOLIS ONCE E CALLS HERE Big British Freighter Brings Coal for Navy Yard PJlauna Kea's Many Passengers. 8 1 lit oa'Co; ill Shaw & Seville :new monument works King St., near Alakea Phone 3085 P. O. Box 491 Sucking Pigs Ready to Cook for Christmas. As sweet as sweet ORDER AT ONCE Telephone 1881, Waialae Ranch. JOHN NEILL ENGINEER. 135 Merchant Street. Ifaetinery Repaired. Ship and General Blacksmithing. Gasoline Engines. FRESH FLOWERS ORDER NOW FOR CHRISTMAS Lowest prices. Wagon, Fort and Hotj rtwtB. Visitors welcome to garden, Klihi, next to Thomas Pineapple Com !ny. Okubo Garden, telephone 2790 Rubber Goods GOODYEAR RUBBER CO. ;IH. PEASE Presidem I 573-575-5 7 7-579 Market Street, 4 San Francisco, Cal., U. S. A. mum mtm 4 Mr. and Mrs. Hashimoto MASSEURS Rheumatism, Bruises. and other Ailments Quickly Relieved. Telephone 2G37 S ERETANI.V AVE. NEAR EMMA " ' All ' with five th.Mwan.l t.'.ns ,.f f'":i1 ,1, "'ivy yar.l. the Priii!i tt',-i!iu'r llf!io.oli., i-i)tii;naiiiled hv CapT. T. P. Ilirks. reached port yesterday at'r einuon. la briugin the big freighter '' t!ie Naval wharf, ir was found that there was not enough water in the td and tin' steamer stueK last in the find. No .lamam' was ,lnne and t!ie lleliopolis will tloat oil' her oozv bed when tiie tide rises today. At present the steamer is se.me twelve feet or so away from the side of the wharf, and the only way to get on board is to eiimb up a long ladder that projects over the side of the vessel. The silting up of the Naval slip has been commented on before and it would seem to be a good thing that tenders are to be called on January 7. for the job of deepening the dock. Over ten thousand dollars are to be expended on the work, and it will be a s-ouree of joy to commanders of shps when the work is finished. The lleliopolis sailed from Newport News on October l!) last and. on Octo ber 2t;t called at Sr. Thomas in the West Indies. The call was made for the purpose of taking on bunker coal and the cyage was resumed the same day. All down the Al '.antic coast, gales were encountered, but r.nee the Pacific was r-viphei; the weather was better. At St. Thomas there is a coal depot and th' Roval Ma"i Pners touch there for their suppe According to the Tifti cers of t!i ITcnpolis. the inhabitants of the little island appear to be living happily enough on what nature bounti fully i ro ;o s for them in the way of fruit and fii-h. About three j ears ago the big freigh ter was in tin's' port and after that she was employed in taking Chinese back from South Africa to Hongkong. Thou sands of thi.' tobstials were deported from the Tr:Mis-,aal. and the lleliopolis made n any tiips with the men,. The officers of the slip state that the Chi ieso never gat any trouble whl'le on the slip, and that they were to be prtferred to a lot of other national ities. '1 he iRbopoiis has a Chinese crew, but all the officers are white; Captain Hicks has with him the following offi cers: Y lu.tid. first officer; It. Watt, second officer; T. Aitkin, third officer; Akxaiuier P. Howief chief engineer. The quarters of the officers are very eem.'oi ; able, and the big roomy steamer presents a tine appearance. )u board the freighter is a fine little fox terrier which was taken on srune time ago at, Hull. The dog is a great favorite on board the steamer and the Chinese crew rather spoil the animal with their attentions. Messrs. T. 1L Da vies A: ' o. are the local agents for the steamer and their representative Im. a rded her as soon as possible. The first empiiry of the officers was about mail from home. P.y some unfortunate !. iMake any letters intended for the stiii were kept at the British Consul's J n;',n-e and mt -eti,t to the agents. There was much 1 i : i ppoi n t men t when this iact became known as, for a long time, i: i letters have been received by the ( i:;cers. A start will be made , di -charge the civgo of coal on We.lne-lay next and will not take long to get ir a ashore. Tt is not known at present where the lleliopolis will sail for when ' she is discharged. Orders will probably : be cabled in a day or so and then her t.ext destination will be known. Waddon for Ocean Island. The steamer Waddon will sail for Ocean j-kmd on December - , and the 'Hicers and men think it hard lack that' they should not be aide to spend Christ- j was Day on shore. From the small t-!c. the steamer will proceed to Sydney, : N. . Wales, and it may be that she ; i wjil return to Honolulu within a few ; ' nontus. . f... , Mamia Kea Brings Crowd. j Tie flagship of the liiter-P-land com-: pany arrived in port yesterday morning ! irom lliio and way ports. She brought' a iaige number of passengers and a! fair-sized freight. Purser Pete Phillips r polls a fine trip, and that the volcano: is uicieasing hi activity. Several steam- j ers o. the company were sighted, and' fhe Kauai was at Hakalau when the' Manila Kea passed that landing. The : Idl-elike was getting ready to work at I lioi.okaa, and the ilikahala ai.d Clau- j ilii.e were seen t Lahaitia. The oil tankei Santa Maria was sighted oif ! Kukuihaele: she is proceeding to llihj.1 T. K. K. Agency. j '.'i'-stle & Pooke, agents for the Mat-! son line, and who expected to be ap- i pointed agents for the Toyo Kiven i Kaisha line, have not been apprised , by the T. K. K. officials that the agency : h.'ie iias been settled upon as yet. The; brefk between the Pacific Mail and i T. JC. K. companies takes place next . month. ! i Andrew Welch Sails Today. The bark Andrew Welch, with Cap-! tain Kelly in command, will sail about noon today for San Francisco. The! popular packet always has a passenger or two, and this trip is no exception. Doctor liowat is going on the bark, and he will have a good time in com-; pany with Captain Kelly. j Explorer In. i The survey ship Explorer arrived iu. port, hist evening and she will remain i iu the harbor over Sunday. Her new chief engineer. Mr. 1'eerce, came in on the Lurline, and he will join his ship today. The Explorer is still working on the Oahu coast, and the charting of. the shallows is being rapidly accoin-i plished. I Shipping Notes. The British collier Norman Monarch should arrive at Eleele any time now: the big steamer sailed from Newcastle. N. S. Wales, thirty-one days ago. The Lurline will take almost five thousand tons of sugar to San Fran cisco, and she is to sail from this port at six o'clock next Tuesday evening. The barkentine l'.enicia is now thirty three days out from (.trays Harbor to-' Honolulu. She is bringing a cargo of lumber and should arrive any time uow. The American schooner Crescuut should be snowing up soon from Mukil teo, from which port she sailed twenty one days ago, with a cargo of lumber for 1'earl Harbor. . The oil carrier Falls of Clyde is now' nineteen days out from (iaviota, and she mav arrive off port at any minute.. The ship is bringing dowu a cargo of the liquid f iel for the Associated ( )i' Company. ! The Mauna Kea reports that the fol lowing sugar is awaiting shipment at forts on the big island: Honokaa. 4t '''; Kukuihaele. 31""; Punaluu. !"il"5; Ho ft H Pt I a i MAKlNt HhPORT. By Merchant!' Exchange. vat inlay. December 17. !'10. Nevvca-tle--Sailed Dec. lo, S. S. Kvle mhor. tor Honolulu. Saiina i 'ruz Sailed .Dee. 15. S. s M:ss,,,niaa, tor San Diego. lliio Arriv.-d Dec. g. .-(dir. Carma i.o, from ',,rt (.bimble. r NEXT MAILS. Coast, Orient and Colonial. Corrmencing Tuesday our store will be open every evening till Christmas. nnapo. P,v the en d of the month ail the other mills will have sugar ! a lv for shipment. Mails are due from the following points as follows: San Francisco Ivr Manchuria, Tomor row. Yokohama Per Mongolia, ee. 21. Australia Per Makura, Jan. 3. Victoria Per Moana. Jan. 7. Mails will depart for the following points as follows; San Francisco Per Lurline, Dec. 20. Yokohama i'er Manchuria. Tomorrow. Vancouver Per Makura. Jan. 3. Sydney Per Moana, Jan. 7. PORT OF HONOLULU. ARRIVED. Saturday, December 17. Str. Manna Kea, from Hawaii and Maui ports, a. m. Per S. S. lleliopolis, from Newport News, o p. m. Survey ship Explorer, from Oahu ports, p. m. DEPARTED. Str. Kaiulani, for Hawaii ports, 5 p. m. DUE TODAY. Str. Mikahala, fiom Maui and Molo ka ports, a. m. Str. Kinau. from Kauai ports, a. m. Str. Noeau, from Kauai ports, a. m. SAIL TODAY. Am. bk. Andrew Welch. Captain Kel ly, for San Francisco, a. m. DUE TOMORROW. P. M. S. S. Manchuria, from San Francisco, a. m. SAIL TOMORROW. P. M. S. S. Manchuria, for Manila and Hongkong. SAIL TUESDAY. Str. Mauna Kea, for Hawaii and Ma ui ports, 10 a. m. Str. Mikahala, for Maui and Molokai ports, 5 . m. .Str. Kinau, for Kauai ports, 5 p. in. DUE WEDNESDAY. Str. W. (i. Hall, from Kauai ports, a. m. Str. Ciaudine, from Hawaii and Maui port -. a. m. PASSENGERS. Arrived. Per str. Mauna Kea. from Hilo ia wav- ports, Dec. 17. F. H. Severance and wife. Mrs. C. E. Haven. J. H. Mar tin and wife. W. Puawi, A. MeBride. E. F. P.ishop, Hong ('hack, W. T. Choiig, Mis. .. Kalani. Mi-s M. Linn, Miss A. Low. Mrs. L. Self and daughter, Miss A. Adeock. J. E. Higgins. A. .' Oibb, wife and infant. W. Mdiityre. W. I . McCallum. P. (iosling. F. Harrison. W. T. b'awilns. I;. S. Hoohees and wife, L. A. Thurston. Mrs. .1. C. Pratt. Father beginald. K. (leisecke. i. (lillesjde, Na waa. C. P.olt'e. Mr-. P. T. Philli'S and .t-iug'iter. H. C. Warren. II. C. Austin, K. lto. Misses Hussey (2), Thos. Na liivva. Luke Wah, Mis K. Zane, D. C. Mav, Dr. Glaisyer, lv. S. Hosmer. Mr-. A. C. M. Robertson. F. K. Hinkley. (i. Mci'laren, F. Correa. A. Garcia, Miss E. Shoits. A. F. Tavaves, Geo. Smithies, P.ishop Eit'ert. W. H. Harris. Jno. Wat son. P. Higgins. Wm. Green. L. Tob riner. (')ia-. Cav an. I servants. Georgo W. Karr. I-'.. Fernandez. Sam Mookini. ,1. Goldsti-isi. .1. W. Cooke and wife. Mas ter Ib'li. ;. S. Kajui. wife and two chil dren. J. M. P.right. Master Maunualii. T. O.aki. K. Sagata. Ah Moi, Miss L. Seong. Miss E. (iotd, Mrs, Ah Kee. M r-."M. Keohokal.de. Booked to Depart. ,1'er Am. bk. Andrew Welch, for San S(i, Ltd, i I Holiday Suggestions FOR MEN'S GIFTS Selecting appropriate gifts for men is usuallv a most difficult tast? ticipating this we- herewith suggest "aticles that will, by their character and quality, positively please. Extension Bookracks 3.00. 4.00, 5.00. j Letter Holders 2.00, 2.75, 3.50. iestc .sets .oo. s.ou. 10.00. lo.OO. Shaving Mugs .75, 1.00. 2.00, 3.00, 5.00. an- Mustaehe Cups 1.00. 2.50, 4.50. Shaving Mirrors 2.75, 3.75, 5.00, 7.50. Cigar and Tobacco Jars 1.00, 2.50, 3.50, 5.00. Steins .75, .S."i. 1.00, 1.50. 2.00. up. Smoking Sets 4.50. 5.00, 6.50, 7.50. Pocket Flasks 4.50, 5.00, 6.00. Thermos Sundries 2.00, 3.00, 3.75, up. Blotters 1.00, 1.25, 1.50. Pea Trays 1.00, 1.50, 1.75. Paper Knives .50, .75, 1.00, 2.00. Inkstands 1.00, .2o. 2.00, 2.50. Reading Lamps 3.25, 4.5", 7.50. Cigar Lighters 1.75, 2.25, 3.00. Tantalus Sets 32.50, etc. Bridge Pads 1.25, 1.75, 2.00. Cut Whiskey Set 20.00. 25.00. Cut Highball Set 25.00, 35.00. Ash Tray .25, .50, .75, 1.00, 2.00. Corkscrews 2.00, 2.25, 3.00. 4.00. Bottle Openers 1.75, 2.00, 2.50. Toast Plaeques 1.50. Match Stands .75. .85, 1.00, 1.25. Cocktail Shakers 1.50, 2.50, 3.50. Cigar Boxes 1.00. 5.00. Den riacques 2.25, 3.75. 5.00, 10.00. Cut Wine Set 15.00. 17.50, 20.00. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd. 53 57 King Street. Honolulu. Francisco. Dec. Is. Dr. A. P. liowat. VESSELS .IN PORT. (Army and Navy.) Kukui, U. S. L. H. T., Keriger. (Merchant vessels.) Andrew Welch, Am. bk., S. F., Xrv. 30. ! Arizonan. Am. s.s., Sound. Dec. 13. : Erskine M. Phelps, Am. sp.. Norfolk, Dec. 6. lleliopolis. Br. s.s., Newport News. Dec. 17. TRANSPORT SERVICE. Buffalo, av. S. F. from Hon.. Dec. 1G. Dix, ar. Seattle from Hon., Dec. 10. I Logan, from Hon. for Manila. Dec. 13. Sheridan, from Manila for Hon. and S. F., Dec. 15. i Sherman, from Hon. for S. F., Dec. 6. $2,200,000 SENT TO GERMANY FOR TOYS WASHINGTON, December 3. When Santa laus starts on his rounds Christ mas eve he will carry with him toys of a greater value than he has hereto fore. This is indicated in a report from Failed States Consul George Nicolas ! Ifft in Nuremberg, Germany, who re ; ports that purchases for this year are considerably larger than for last. Dur- ing the first nine months of this year toys valued at 1.S54.319 were shipped . from this district to the United States. I This is $34 6,1 So greater than the ehip inencs for the corresponding period last i year and only $50,058 less than the i shipments for the entire year 1909. i Toy exports to America for the pres j ent quarter probably will reach $350, ; 000. making the total for the year j something over $2,200,00", an increase j of more than 15 per cent, over 1909. ' Mexicans are manifesting an increas ! ed interest in United States manufac- hip'd toys, especially mechanical ones, ; according to Consul-General Arnold ishankbn in Mexico City. Until recent ; lv mechanical toys were not seen In Latin America, but new they are tba ; main feature of window displays and , attract great attention. The Kiyo Maru is expected to arrive at this port on December 30. The steamer brings a cargo of nitrates from South American ports. Extraordinary Clothing Values We want to impress upon you that on every suit you buy in the LEADER you save from $4.00 to $10.00. To get you acquainted with us we want you to see our EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES AND HIGH-GRADE CLOTHING then you will admit you have never seen anything to equal them. They are in two and three-piece suits, Worsteds. Cheviots, Cassimeres, Flannels, French Alpaca, Self-Stripe and Blue Serges. - v HT The Latest I911 atterns in Stripes and Checks They are the product of the best makers, the materials are excellent, the tailoring faultless, the styles pleasing to the quiet and to the fashionable dressers. It is to the interest of every man to participate in this great clothing event; plain to say, we give good solid, honest value and value sticks out all over our clothing. PRICED FROM $6.50 TO $21.50 WORTH 40 TO 65 PER CENT MORE. Before buying any clothing look at our goods and prices. It will convince you of our great money savers. JfC III Harrison Building, Fort Street, Opp. Japanese Consulate I v i OPEN EVENINGS 3 lil1'ii1rf 4.